Flat fee brokerages

Purplebricks Stock takes Nosedive, CEOs Depart: Trouble in Disruptor Land?

By Candy Evans / February 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

There could be rough waters ahead for the flat-fee, UK-based brokerage disruptor Purplebricks, which is now in four U.S. states: California, Arizona, Florida, and New York. I had heard they were planning to come to Dallas and Texas also — maybe not so after this news. Purplebricks is NOT an iBuyer. It is more akin […]

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Important: Opendoor Just Bought its Own Discount brokerage

By Candy Evans / September 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

Opendoor, Open Listings, open sesame to way more disruption in the real estate world. You know about the fast growing, fast-expanding home selling and buying company Opendoor. Launched in the Bay area in 2014, with Dallas as its second focus group city, OpenDoor has raised $645 million in equity financing, has $1.75 billion in debt, […]

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From Facebook: What’s the Deal with Realtor Commissions?

By Bethany Erickson / August 17, 2018 / 5 Comments
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There has been a lot of discussion lately about Realtor commissions, and what sellers should expect for the commission they are going to pay. More and more startups are popping up to cut the Realtor out altogether. So for our Aug. 3  Friday Question, we asked real estate professionals — and our readers — to […]

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Ready for Redefy? Flat-Fee Brand Offers Full-Service Selling

By Karen Eubank / March 3, 2015 / 8 Comments

“Sell your home for a $2,500! Flat fee, full service!” That’s just what Redefy says they are bringing to Dallas. Redefy, a new kind of discount real estate brokerage, is trying to redefine options for selling your home. According to their website, “Redefy helps real estate sellers save thousands by replacing a single real estate […]

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